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This Ain't The Real Tobacco Road

It's a tribute to what was, by Kush Hospitality

This Ain't The Real Tobacco Road

It's a tribute to what was, by Kush Hospitality

Tobacco Road By Kush


It was an inarguable loss for Miami when Tobacco Road – the Magic City’s oldest bar with a liquor license dating back to pre-Prohibition – closed its doors in the fall of 2014. In a city blessed with the power of reinvention and driven to deliver “the new,” the Road was a holdover from a bygone era of bootleggers and gangsters, barflies and brawlers. And though Tobacco Road’s glory days are gone, a new chapter is being written and, not surprising, its author is one of Miami’s foremost proctors of pop culture, Matt Kuscher of Kush Hospitality Group, well-known ‘round these parts as “Kush”. On Monday, March 1, 2021, Kush’s tribute to Tobacco Road – 50% pop up, 50% homage and 100% dive bar chic – opens its doors to the public in the former River Oyster Bar space in downtown Miami’s Brickell area.

Our slogan is simple, “This ain’t the real Tobacco Road.” The goal here is not to recreate Tobacco Road, surely you can’t replicate something with so much history. What was created is a tribute to the spirit of that place, a spot people can come to eat, drink, reminisce and indulge in a little nostalgia— and have some fun in the process. Available at lunch, dinner and delivery daily, the menu at Tobacco Road by Kush reads like a “greatest hits” compilation of American bar food, with just the right amount of elevation. The menu is everything you’d want to eat at a great bar with the twists you’d expect from a Kush Hospitality.

Tobacco Road By Kush


It was an inarguable loss for Miami when Tobacco Road – the Magic City’s oldest bar with a liquor license dating back to pre-Prohibition – closed its doors in the fall of 2014. In a city blessed with the power of reinvention and driven to deliver “the new,” the Road was a holdover from a bygone era of bootleggers and gangsters, barflies and brawlers. And though Tobacco Road’s glory days are gone, a new chapter is being written and, not surprising, its author is one of Miami’s foremost proctors of pop culture, Matt Kuscher of Kush Hospitality Group, well-known ‘round these parts as “Kush”. On Monday, March 1, 2021, Kush’s tribute to Tobacco Road – 50% pop up, 50% homage and 100% dive bar chic – opens its doors to the public in the former River Oyster Bar space in downtown Miami’s Brickell area.

Our slogan is simple, “This ain’t the real Tobacco Road.” The goal here is not to recreate Tobacco Road, surely you can’t replicate something with so much history. What was created is a tribute to the spirit of that place, a spot people can come to eat, drink, reminisce and indulge in a little nostalgia— and have some fun in the process. Available at lunch, dinner and delivery daily, the menu at Tobacco Road by Kush reads like a “greatest hits” compilation of American bar food, with just the right amount of elevation. The menu is everything you’d want to eat at a great bar with the twists you’d expect from a Kush Hospitality.


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Press inquires for Kush Hospitality can be directed to Brustman Carrino Public Relations by sending an email or calling 305-573-0658.

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Press inquires for Kush Hospitality can be directed to Brustman Carrino Public Relations by sending an email or calling 305-573-0658.


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ADDRESS & PHONE
650 S Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida 33130
786-703-3120

HOURS
Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am-11:00pm
Friday-Saturday: 11:30am-12:00am